Minnetonka has approximately 90 miles of sidewalks and running, biking and walking trails, most of which are maintaind by the public works department.
Please report city-owned sidewalks in need of repair to 952-93-TRAIL (952-939-7245) or via our online request system.
- Google Map (Searchable)
- Printable Minnetonka Street Map (With Index) – 11x17”
- Printable Minnetonka Street Map (With Index) – 24x36”
- Printable Minnetonka Street Map (No Index) – 11x17”
- Printable Minnetonka Street Map (No Index) – 24x24”
You may need a large-scale printer to print these maps. Use a PDF reader (such as Acrobat) to zoom in.
We can produce custom maps digitally and in print for a fee. Custom maps can include the entire city or only specific neighborhoods and can include property lines, property type, property values, benchmarks for surveyors, topography and flood zones. Call 959-939-8236 or submit an online request to learn more.
Roads in Minnetonka are owned by the state, county, city or are privately owned. State and county roads are listed below. Direct questions and concerns about those roads to the MnDOT or Hennepin County.
Hennepin County Roads: Excelsior Boulevard (CR-3), Eden Prairie Road/Woodhill Road (CR-4), Minnetonka Boulevard (CR-5), Gleason Lake Road (CR-15), McGinty Road (CR-16), Baker Road (CR-60), Plymouth Road (CR-61), County Road 62, Hopkins Crossroad (CR-73), County Road 101
State Highways: I-394, I-494, Highway 7, Highway 169
All others are city- or privately-owned roads. City roads have a cattail on the street sign. Call 952-988-8400 with questions or concerns about city streets.
Private roads are typically maintained by an association. Contact the association for questions or concerns about private roads.
Concerns about conditions of parking lots at shopping centers or other commercial areas should be addressed to the businesses or property owners. These are privately owned and not maintained by the city.
Call 952-988-8400 with questions or concerns about parking lots at city facilities.
Call 952-988-8400 during business hours to report a malfunctioning traffic signal. On nights and weekend, call 952-939-8500. Be prepared to provide:
- The intersection
- Direction you are traveling when you notice the problem
- A description of the issue
Hennepin County and the State of Minnesota control the timing of traffic signals. Contact us at the numbers above and we can help connect you with them to ask questions and share concerns.
Public works installs and maintains the city’s street signs, including street identification, speed limit, directional and cautionary. Call 952-988-8400 or use our online request system to report an issue with city street signs. For state or county roads, contact the MnDOT or Hennepin County.
Requesting street signs
To request a sign for a street or intersection, call 952-939-8236. Engineers will evaluate the situation and make a recommendation. Requesting new street signs can involve a petition process and other challenges.
Speed limits are set by state statute. The state conducts traffic studies and evaluates requests to change speed limits.
Maximum speed limits for passenger vehicles are:
- Alleys: 10 miles per hour
- Residential streets: 30 miles per hour
- Other roads: 55 miles per hour
- Urban freeways and highways: 65 miles per hour
- Freeways and highways outside urban areas: 70 miles per hour
Contact the Minnetonka Police Department’s traffic enforcement unit with concerns about excessive speeding.